And the big question
The cure for everything is love.
What about self-love?
We tend to seek validation and happiness in a partner. Is that the answer or not rather the flaw? From small we are told in fairytales how one day we will be happy, fulfilled and will live happily ever after when our prince finds us. I have fallen into that trap. The two problems I face with my knowledge and the years is that A. happiness are fleeting moments you need to embrace and not a constant, B. That is seeking validation in others is not a solution, but rather a crutch we like to hold ourselves ransom with.
Happiness are fleeting moments you need to embrace
We rely on others to give us the atonement we lack in ourselves. Love us with all our flaws. With that, we give them power over us. What happens if they do not choose to? It is a dangerous game we play with primarily ourselves. Giving someone else the power over us.
How can someone love us if we cannot find it in ourselves? Do we not attract people will ill-fated intentions by devaluing ourselves by not loving ourselves?
Healing is something that comes from within much like self-love. They both have a lot in common. Realisation and embracing your true inner self is the path to self acceptance and in the end loving yourself.
Realisation and embracing your true inner self is the path to self acceptance and in the end loving yourself.